Building upon the success of the original, Conduit 2 will take players to the far reaches of the world to stop an alien invasion that can be fought in single-player, online multi-player battles, and all-new off and online co-op modes.
Armed with advanced and powerful weapons, players can expect massive action in large, multi-tiered levels featuring dynamic environments, cinematic battles, giant boss enemies, and deep customization features.
Conduit 2 introduces Team Invasion Mode, the new co-op mode where players will be able to battle side-by-side with up to four friends on the same screen. Additionally Team Invasion Mode can be played online.
Conduit 2 also features a new and more expansive 12-player online competitive multiplayer mode with larger and more intricate indoor and outdoor battlefields. Conduit 2 supports Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, Wii Speak and offers increased multiplayer security for a better online gameplay experience.
With The Conduit, High Voltage Software set out to do the improbable, and create a successful core shooter game for the Wii. While the game wasn't a huge success, it nonetheless wasn't a failure either, and with at least a quarter of a million copies sold, managed to break even...read full review
HVSTaco: When I first laid eyes upon Conduit 3 on the new Wii 2, which is coming out in December 2011, I had only 1... read more
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